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Atmospheric Sciences Group

The Atmospheric Sciences Group (ASG) was formed to facilitate educational, research, and outreach initiatives concerning the atmospheric and related sciences at UConn.

Atmospheric sciences group C/O Anji Seth

Phone: 860-486-3204
Address: Department of Geography
215 Glenbrook Road, U-4148
Storrs, CT 06269-4148

News & Research Highlights

  • Jan 2017 US CLIVAR News
    Announcements, Meetings, News, Funding Opportunities and Jobs postings from US CLIVAR NewsGram.  
    Posted on January 18, 2017
  • Myanna Lahsen Seminar 21 Sept
    Where is the Beef?   Climate Change knowledge and communication in Brazil   Myanna Lahsen Center for Earth System Science The Brazilian Institute for Space Research (INPE) Wednesday 21 September 2016 2:30 – 3:30 pm AUST 163 Abstract: Skepticism about climate science is often identified as a key obstacle to effective decision making in the U.S. and […]
    Posted on September 8, 2016
  • ENVE 8 Apr: Ecophysiological Controls and Precipitation Seasonality in Amazonia
    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SPRING 2016 COLLOQUIUM SERIES Friday, April 8, 2016 • 12:15 PM • CAST 212 “Ecophysiological Controls and Precipitation Seasonality in Amazonia” By Jung-Eun Lee Assistant Professor of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences, Brown University Abstract: It is unclear to what extent seasonal water stress impacts on plant productivity over Amazonia. Using new Greenhouse gases […]
    Posted on April 5, 2016
  • 12 Feb ENVE/ASG Seminar: Luca Delle Monache (NCAR)
    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SPRING 2016 COLLOQUIUM SERIES and ASG Friday, February 12, 2016 • 12:15 PM • Storrs Hall, Room WW16 “Probabilistic predictions and uncertainty quantification with an analog ensemble” Luca Delle Monache, Scientist, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO Abstract: The analog of a forecast for a given location and time is defined as the […]
    Posted on February 4, 2016
  • Recovery from Catastrophic Weather: Hurricane Sandy Study
    UConn Health Center Center for Indoor Environments and Health Recovery from Catastrophic Weather: Hurricane Sandy Study Principal Investigator, Paula Schenck, MPH, schenck@uchc.edu   Many responded to the devastation of Hurricane Sandy: union and non -union construction, trade and maintenance/public works employees; public health and environmental professionals; emergency response including medical personnel; volunteers – student, faith-based and/or community organizations; […]
    Posted on July 9, 2014